Alcatel is treading into OnePlus territory (minus the invite system) with the OneTouch Hero 2+, an unlocked 6-inch phablet that will run Cyanogen OS and be available to consumers in the U.S. and Canada for $300 later this year.
Intel announced its new mobile devices portfolio at MWC today as it tries to catch up with market leader, Qualcomm. The new Atom family includes the x3 for the entry-level market, and the x5 and x7 for the mid-range and premium end.
Lenovo has released its first camera/smartphone hybrid at MWC. The 16-megapixel Vibe Shot is packed with photography features, and it was shown off alongside the budget A7000 smartphone and a Pocket Projector.